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Top 10 largest Florida hospitals

Florida is one of the largest states in the U.S. with a current population of more than 22 million people. In addition, it is third in the nation for states with the most hospitals with 325 , trailing only behind California and Texas.

Using Definitive Healthcare’s HospitalView product, we ranked the largest hospitals in Florida by their number of staffed beds.

Largest Florida hospitals by number of staffed beds

RankHospital nameCityNet patient revenue# of discharges# of staffed bedsExplore dataset
1AdventHealth OrlandoOrlando$5,004,081,001 130,5552,247Explore
2Jackson Memorial HospitalMiami$1,315,420,355 55,8821,504Explore
3Tampa General HospitalTampa$1,583,517,643 54,097898Explore
4Baptist HospitalMiami$1,532,888,457 29,292838Explore
5Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical CenterOrlando$2,875,438,022 100,569808Explore
6Lakeland Regional Health Medical CenterLakeland$875,440,972 41,529774Explore
7UF Health Shands HospitalGainesville$1,762,726,716 45,803742Explore
8Sarasota Memorial HospitalSarasota$1,017,781,763 39,029713Explore
9Gulf Coast Medical CenterFort Myers$558,427,551 23,639624Explore
10AdventHealth TampaTampa$632,892,571 22,379596Explore

Fig. 1 Data is from Definitive Healthcare’s HospitalView product. Data is accurate as of October 2022.

Which Florida hospital has the most staffed beds?

The hospital with the most staffed beds is AdventHealth Orlando with 2,247. The AdventHealth Orlando facility, formally known as Florida Hospital Orlando, is the largest medical facility in the state by both the number of beds and net patient revenue. AdventHealth Orlando is also part of the integrated delivery network (IDN) AdventHealth, the largest IDN in Florida. It also has a significantly larger square footage, which could explain why its number of staffed beds is significantly higher than any of the other members of the top 10.

Coming in second place with 1,504 staffed beds is Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami. Jackson Memorial Hospital is another one of the largest medical centers in the state with more than 600 doctors and nearly 1,000 full-time faculty members. It is also the main teaching facility for the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine.

In third place is Tampa General Hospital with only 898 staffed beds, 600 less than the second-place spot. Although significantly smaller than the first and second place hospitals, Tampa General is ranked as the number one hospital in Tampa Bay and among the top 50 hospitals in the nation in seven specialties by U.S. News and World Report.

Where are the largest hospitals in Florida located?

The largest hospitals in Florida by number of beds are all located in major metro areas of the state with the top five all located in either Orlando, Miami or Tampa. These three cities are ranked second, third and fourth by population and total area. But interestingly, Jacksonville, the city with the largest population, does not have a single hospital in the top 10 list above. The highest-ranking hospital located in Jacksonville is UF Health Jacksonville, with only 549 staffed beds, taking the 17th spot.

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